Hello everybody! My name is MacGyver and I am ready to go out and conquer the world! I am about 20 weeks old and I weigh 6 pounds. I am up-to-date on my shots and Will be neutered in the next few days. My foster mommy says I am a cross between a Minpin and a schnauzer ... That is her best guess. Regardless of what breeds I am exactly, I am ridiculously cute. I do live with several other dogs and a child. I love them all! I am also potty trained which my foster mommy says is great for my age.I do have separation anxiety and get very upset when foster mommy has to go to run errands but luckily she just goes out for short periods of time and comes back because she knows I do not like to be alone. I'm also in the puppy chewing stage so I have lots of toys that I'm supposed to chew on ,but I do have a knack for getting other things that I'm not supposed to have like shoes and clothes. My foster family is working with me correcting me on that. My ideal family would have at least one member that would be able to stay with me most of the time as I really do not do well and get so upset when people leave me. I would also love if the family had another dog as I do love the ones I live with. If this sounds like this could be you please send my foster mommy an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks! Love, Macgyver
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